Goals flow in top flight

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IT was business as usual at the top of the Slater & Frith Division One with leaders Gimingham winning, Glen Thurston claiming a brace and Graham Turner also netting in their 3-1 success over North Walsham A.

Second-placed Coltishall won 8-0 at home to Briston, Runton travelled to Ludham and won 5-3, and there were goals galore at Aldborough Green, with Lions beating Hickling 7-3.

Corpusty's veteran substitute Simon Williams denied East Ruston all three points when a last-gasp equaliser cancelled out an Ash Wilton strike, the game ending 1-1. Horning were 7-0 winners at North Walsham Old Boys.

Worstead dropped vital points at the top of Wayford Nurseries Division Two when they were held to a 3-3 draw by Buxton Reserves.

Haisboro Athletic, with games in hand, move in closer after a 6-0 home win over Corpusty Reserves, with Alan Maxwell notching a hat-trick. Also on target were James Underhill, Phil Ashling and Otis Hernandez.

Third-placed Aylsham A, at home to Felmingham, were also amongst the goals, winning 7-1.

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The top two in the Knights Trophies Division Three, Blakeney and Cawston, met at the former's ground and it was Blakeney who took the honours thanks to a brace from Toby Blowers and one from Mark Sadler in a 3-0 success.

Blakeney are three points clear at the top having played a game less. There were home wins for Glaven Valley 7-2 over East Ruston Reserves and Holt Colt 3-2 over Mundesley Reserves. Sutton Rangers won 4-0 at Erpingham Reserves.

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